Author archives: Josh Lenihan

Learn to enjoy your money

As a Wealth Strategist, one of the things that you learn at a very early point is that it is not the amount of money you have that makes you happy, it’s what you do with it that gives the enjoyment. And, although the richest clients are not necessarily the happiest, it is also true

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Investment Update – January 2021

Past experience has taught us that market environments that feature cheap financing, easy access to investments, the incentive to engage in speculative activity, and a technological or political “spark” tend to lead to bubbles. Bond prices are so elevated that a quarter of all global bonds are trading with negative interest rates.  Tesla now has

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What’s the difference between and Independent Adviser and a Restricted Adviser?

For a number of years, all financial advisers have had to disclose whether they are independent or not, but what exactly does this mean?   Whether your adviser offers independent or restricted advice can have a big impact on the type and range of advice they can offer. Independent advice is based on whole of

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Does your family talk about money?

The average age for a UK adult to become a parent is 29.8 years old.  By this point, most people should have at least a basic understanding of how to look after their finances. They should be contributing to a pension.  Some will be diligently saving into ISAs in the hope of becoming an “ISA

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Financial Planning in your 20’s

Financial planning is all about setting plans and expectations.  Imagine you’re starting a business. A business plan is essential in order to acquire funding, renting office space, and generally getting started. Most of us learned this by the time we were sat in GCSE Business Studies and perhaps we have even had experience writing one.  However, so many people don’t follow this for their

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Investment Update – September 2020

Around the world, economies have re-opened with a degree of reservation. However, since August many countries have faced a resurgence in coronavirus cases, prompting concerns that a ‘second wave’ is already underway.  Several European countries have witnessed a spike in coronavirus cases including France, Spain, Belgium, and Luxembourg.  Even once ‘safe’ countries such as Denmark & Iceland have been

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Socially Responsible Investing

Traditionally, investment decisions have been made using standard methodology.  A balanced portfolio should have a diversified asset allocation with elements of equity, fixed interest, and cash.  But, until recently, there has been little thought as to the underlying companies and, more importantly, how companies use the invested money. But there is now an ever-increasing movement

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Investment Update – August 2020

Stock prices started the month strongly thanks to good early results from COVID-19 vaccine trials, better-than-expected employment reports, and higher-than-anticipated manufacturing activity. In the US, despite multiple States reporting increased COVID infections, stocks continued to climb, especially in large technology. American indices are now back in positive territory for the current year. These behemoth companies,

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How to invest your Children’s inheritance

Finding a suitable investment for a child’s inheritance can be a daunting task for parents.  Firstly, there is often an emotional attachment to the money because of the way it was generated.  Secondly, there is often a reluctance to take investment risk because any loss is considered to be a waste of the inheritance and

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